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  1. Google Doodle Administers Rorschach Inkblot Test

    Rorschach was born in 1884 and prior to joining the scientific field, was reportedly torn between the arts and sciences. Rorschach died in 1922 – the year after publishing his book, “Psychodiagnostik,” which was the foundation of the inkblot test.

  2. New US Child Protection Law Might Make Webmasters Second Guess What They Write

    Both: the term ‘source code' means the combination of text and other characters comprising the content, both viewable and nonviewable, of a web page, including any website publishing language, programming language, protocol or functional...

  3. New Content Added to Elsevier's Scirus Science-Specific Database

    Scirus is a specialty web database that focuses on science-specific material from publishing powerhouse Elsevier. The theses and dissertations are from institutes around the world, including their largest content contributors Library and Archives...

  4. Information Wants to be Valuable

    Scientific Publishing on the 'Semantic Web' http://www.nature.com/nature/debates/e-access/Articles/bernerslee.htm By Tim Berners-Lee — the inventor of the World Wide Web and director of the World Wide Web Consortium at the Massachusetts Institute...